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things we talked about it. >> government going to do it -- >> this will continue after we continue to roll, i have a feel. thank you for joining us tonight. i'm tony robbins in for piers morgan, good night. >> hello everyone, i'm don lemon, the stories you're talking about in just a moment. but first, we'll get you up to speed on the headlines, two days, 17 shootings, three counties, the investigators are trying to figure out what is behind the series of attacks in suburban detroit. it is mainly drivers being targeted. fortunately, nobody has been hurt. for many, they remember the sniper shootings in the washington, d.c. area ten years ago. >> thank god nobody has been shot or hurt. but it is still weird when you think about it. bringing back memories of the sniper, back in d.c. >> i think it is crazy, people are getting shot all over the place, the people are scared, parents are scared, somebody has
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to put a stop to it. >> know that we are coming for you. it is only a matter of time. >> the person doing it, still out there. so far no arrests. the numbers are climbing higher in the deadly fungal meningitis outbreak, according to data released by the cdc on saturday, 23 deaths are now tied to the outbreak. there are 284 total new cases, including three joint infections. most patients got sick after being given contaminated steroid injections used for back and neck pain. the white house is denying a report that iran has agreed to one-on-one talking over its nuclear program. the new york times reported the agreement on the negotiations. but a spokesperson for the national council said that report is not true. he added the u.s. still hopes to find a diplomatic solution. an attempt to at least temporarily stop the bloodshed in syria is being ignored.
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activists say homes -- homes and other cities came under fire today. more than 200 were killed nationwide. the continued reports came after the envoy was there regarding a truce for next monday's holiday. and bodies were discovered in a mass grave there. and here is what we are talking about tonight. he conquered the tour de france, and won hearts and money. now, some big donations, the donors want the money back, we asked them why. from cheating to win, to cheating in the bedroom. a growing number of people say it is okay and even helps marriages. would you allow your better half to sleep with somebody else? election day is almost here, people. and some of you still can't make up your mind. are you undecided or just
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uninforme uninformed? >> bet nobody will mess with that bus driver again. he stood up to a passenger behaving badly. some say he went too far. but we'll speak with somebody who says it is time we all did the same and stop cod dling people who act like jerks. plus, more hulk hogan sex takes, and brad pitt creeps us out. okay, think you had a bad week? not as bad as lance armstrong. the same group that banned him from ever competing in a bike race, the group that took away his tour de france titles will publish a report that says "he ran the most sophisticated and successful doping program that the world has ever seen," poof went his sponsors, nike gone, poof with his foundation gone. that is a bad week, last night
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in austin, lance armstrong spoke in public for the first time it went down, and he got a bit emotional, listen. >> this mission is bigger than me, it is bigger than any individual. there is 28 million people around the world living with this disease. martin luther king jr. said is once, he said we must accept disappointment, but never lose hope. >> there he is on the screen, before i tell the audience who you are, i want your reaction to lance armstrong, what he just said is, just quoting martin luther king jr. about not losing infinite hope, what do you think? >> i think it is a great quote. but the thing is, he is still standing there as the one guy talking to everybody. and for me, that -- that is a conflict. >> yeah. >> a message to me. >> i want to tell people who you
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are, michael birdsong, you are a livestrong volunteer from way back, way back, your wife is a cancer survivor, you raised a lot of money, you helped, things have changed now. so where do you stand now with the livestrong foundation? >> i had not worked with them at all since 2010. my official role with them ended at the end of 2008, in 2009 and 2010, i helped a friend out who was doing a charity ride. i was her web master, so i was kind of like one degree removed. but it was more -- i was helping her. i really -- the livestrong part didn't really play into it. so 2008 is when i stopped. >> you said you want your money back, why? >> the livestrong, and mr. armstrong are tied at the hip. there is no way of really separating either of them.
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several athletes out there have foundations. the cyclist, tyler hamilton had one, i believe it dealt with ms. no one ever really heard about that. tyler didn't win, you know, the tour de france. the results that mr. armstrong had in the tour de france directly benefitted the building of the lance armstrong foundation, and then they re-branded it as livestrong. and he cheated, and cheated, you know, beyond many people's believes or imagination for those results in the tour de france, so the whole thing is built on a lie. >> uh-huh. >> and that is wrong. >> you have used words -- i have heard you say that you feel that you were betrayed, hoodwinked and ripped off. but despite the scandal, mr. birdsong, there are plenty of
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people who are still standing by lance armstrong and his charity. listen, and then you and i will talk about it. >> there are 28 million cancer survivors around the world today, those numbers have increased since livestrong has been around. and they really provide a lot of support that was never there before. >> no, you know, i think it is an organization that was developed by somebody who has been an enormous inspiration to so many, and to myself. >> and regardless of what you may say about anything else, he has done more to motivate and inspire, just regular people, and also all of those survivors than anybody else. >> okay, i mentioned, you said you felt hoodwinked, or ripped off. do you think all of those people were ripped off, like you think you were? >> let me state that i don't think that livestrong has not helped people. i know it has, but you know, how did we get to this point? how did all of this get created,
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i don't see people letting bernie madoff off the hook for all he did, i believe he did many things for philanthropy, too, i think it is all based on a lie. if other people want, are happy to even donate more money to livestrong, you know, more power to you. you believe in something, you think you're doing something good. i can't say anything bad about it. i think i'm speaking for myself here, and my wife, you know, about how we feel about all of this. because we were so dedicated. we were very much like some of those people you interviewed. i defended lance to -- you know, people would say he was cheating. and i would flat out tell people, well, if he did that, this hall would fall apart. i mean, he is smarter than that. he is not going to build all of this on a lie, at least that is what i thought. >> well, michael birdsong, thank
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you, your wife is doing better, we hope. >> oh, yes, she -- >> we appreciate you coming on cnn, and telling, giving your feelings. thank you very much. >> thank you, sir, i appreciate it. okay, so just a few development here, just within the last couple of minutes we were told that livestrong wanted to respond to our story tonight. we have reached out to them early until the week, but now we're hearing they want to respond. now i hear that on the phone is kathy mclane, what do you want to express? >> we want to express our deepest gratitude from all the donors, helping the cancer survivors throughout the united states. as one of the most highly related cancer nonprofit in the united states. we just want to make sure that people know the funds that they contribute go to serve the people and families struggling with the financial or emotional
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or practical challenges that always accompany cancer. >> would you be open to giving people back the money who want it. most people wouldn't want their money back, probably thinking it is going to a good cause, even he said that, speaking for himself. would you be open to do that? or is that out of the question? >> well, i tell you what i heard very loud and clear from mr. birdsong is he felt a sense of disappointment. and i would just want to assure anybody who donated to livestrong, they were not supporting one person, one athlete or a celebrity. they were supporting, you know, millions of people throughout the united states who were struggling with cancer. and that is exactly what their funds were used to support. >> uh-huh, so i take that as a no? >> well, certainly , we want to hear from the donors, and if
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they have concerns we want to know about that. but ultimately the funds that livestrong has raised and the hard-earned dollars that the donors have contributed, we're very, very grateful for. and they have gone to serve people struggling with financial problems as a result of cancer. and i find it hard to believe that anybody would want to ask for their money back for dollars that contributed to such an amazing and noble cause. >> but you certainly understand the concern, which i think you said earlier in this interview. it has been -- as i said at the top of this show, it has been a very bad couple of weeks for lance armstrong. and i'm sure for the foundation, as well. he spoke for the first time last night in austin, texas, and we played some of that. what did the last couple -- the last couple of weeks, how has it been for the organization? >> well, thank you for asking, i think -- obviously it has been a
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tumultuous time, and certainly, we're trying to stay as focused as we possibly can, providing a high level of service for people turning to us with a diagnosis, who need help getting access to a clinical trial, getting help to cover treatment. that is what we show up to work for every single day. and that is exactly what we are putting the emphasis on. >> what i'm getting at, i think the organization has seen better times. i am sure the morale is not the same as it has been, obviously, you don't work for an organization like this and not want to help people. but i'm sure that morale has been better, and i am sure that there is a concern whether or not the organization can remain, can sustain. >> well, you make a good point. i mean, there is no arguing that you know, these have been tough and emotional times, certainly for the team who works at livestrong, these are all people who devoted their careers to the service of others. and that is a beautiful thing. i think the organization is doing exactly what it needs to
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do, to ensure that we are continuing to provide the high level of service, making a swift transition to the new chairman of the board. who will assume oversight of our mission and make sure we're heading in the right direction to serve more people. >> listen, i have to run, ms. mclane, have you spoken to lance armstrong? >> well, he has spoken to the team throughout the week. he wanted to make sure that everybody he worked with throughout the time as the chairman, knew that he did that to help the organization from getting any damage that is spilling over from sort of the sporting world and the controversy coming out. >> what would you say to him if you could speak to him? >> i would say thank you for 15 years of service to the cancer survivors, and thank you for giving all the 100 employees at the armstrong foundation to engage in a very, very noble mission. >> thank you, kathy mclane, vice
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8-ten% say they're uncommitted, means they have a preference, but that would change. >> before you get our vote, you're going to have to answer some questions. questions like? >> when is the election? >> how soon do we have to decide? >> what are the names of the two people running. and be specific. >> what is the president right now? is he or she running? because if so -- >> all right, so michael jones may not be laughing at that, because he is still undecided. but our cnn contributors made up their minds a long time ago, one on the left, one on the right. probably laughing at the bit. so mr. jones, you voted for mr. barack obama last time, i have to ask you why you have not been able to make up your mind this time. >> it is a host of things going on. could be make a perception
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problem. from hearing him speak and things going on around you, the reality that things may be getting better. but from my perspective, perception, things are not getting better. there are a lot of people out here hurting. there are people having to decide to gas their car up, or provide their family with adequate meal. there are buildings in my neighborhood, that they tried having a business, and they're now closed down. that is very discouraging, and the homes, boarded up, for sale, foreclosure. >> listen, i don't think people would disagree with you, hard times, as you said, getting better, but people are still in hard times. but listen, the choices are quite clear, it is simple, these are things people care about when picking a candidate. economic issues, domestic issues, and foreign policy, a low priority, 4%, so let's talk about the economy, 59% of people care about, big priority, number
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one priority, unemployment, here is where the candidates stand. >> unemployment rate was 7.8% when he took office. it is 7.8% now, but if you calculated that unemployment rate, taking back the people that dropped out of the work force it would be 10.7%, we have not made the progress we need to make to put people back to work. >> the most important thing we can do is make sure we create jobs in this country. but not just jobs, good paying jobs, ones that can support a family. and what i want to do is build on the 5 million jobs that we created in the past months, in the private sector alone. >> okay, so either you agree with the president who says he needs time to make his plans work. or you agree with mitt romney, it is simple. that is not going to change between now and the election, then what gives here? >> well, you know what? at least when i spoke with the president the other day, he was willing to say that there was some shortcomings, in the four
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years that he has served. but he pointed out some interesting points, too. the car industry. the death of osama bin laden. i worked the day of 911, i saw people coming up the street devastated by that thing. and, you know, i think there -- i'm leaning towards -- with the president. because romney describes his five-point plan, but i don't see any kind of substance to it. and it seems to be, whatever negative about the president, he just harps on it, i don't see an agenda moving forward. >> all right, let's talk about it. we know how they stand on taxes. we know about that. we've seen there is a clear difference there, one is middle class, one upper class that doesn't want to get rid of the bush tax cuts, the other wants to get rid of the taxes, gun control, gay marriage, both men are pretty similar on health care for obvious reasons, although romney has waffled on
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that. education, despite what you hear, they're the same on gun control. neither will touch it because of the gun lobby, and on abortion and gay marriage, they're the exact opposite of each other. so lz, what is so hard, do you think for undecided voters to make their mind over it? >> i think it is the apathy that they feel towards the president. you're right, i mean, it can't be clearer in terms of the two men being different. if you're undecided at this point, the only thing i can think of is that you're waiting for the october jobs report just to see one last time if we truly are heading in the right direction. but you remember a few months ago when we were trying to figure out if we were better off today than four years ago, i looked at things like the jobs report numbers and how at this time four years ago, we had lost 500,000 jobs in this country. and now, we have created more than 100,000 jobs. >> okay. >> now, that may not sound like
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a lot, but that is a huge swring. and so when you look at that, i think it is pretty clear. >> so anna, the reason i talked about, the issues, the economy, taxes, education, on and on, because i'm trying to actually help these people, you know, the people who are undecided or committed make a choice here. because it seems to be pretty clear to most americans. why do you think people are still undecided? >> you know, first of all i can't tell you how happy i am to meet mr. jones, because i was beginning to think that these undecided voters were like big foot, they existed, a myth in the wilderness, there was no scientific evidence of. because i have been searching high and low for undecided voters and i really can't find any. i can't tell you why they haven't decided. they may be waiting for an october surprise, maybe a november surprise, maybe they want to see another debate. you know what? the truth is maybe they don't
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like either guys. they're undecided because they don't like both of them, they're undecided because the two of them have not finished the sale. so i would say to you, if by november 5th midnight, you still have not decided, guys, flip a coin. i'll take heads. >> i would rather you stay at home. i don't want you to flip a coin, i would rather you stay at home. >> well, mr. jones, we hope you made up your mind and that we have helped. and at least have a sense of humor about the saturday night live pundits, good luck. >> here is what else is coming up. cheating in the bedroom, a growing number of people say it is okay and even helps the marriages. would you allow your better half to sleep with somebody else? there are a lot of warning lights
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right up psychologist wendy walsh's alley, whose mind i'm reading right now. going heck no. and ladies first, wendy, let us have it, go. >> i want to say one thing about every blog that you read that says cheating has worked and great for the relationship. it is always in past tense, the relationship is over. it ended for a reason. no, cheating is all about lying, deceit, betrayal, bringing a potential std into the relationship, maybe a stalker woman out there. it is not a good thing. >> all right, i have one lady on the set here nodding her head yes. so steve, you write about these issues in your new book, called "code of honor," is there a difference cheating on your girlfriend, boyfriend, or do you think it is fair game for all of these relationships? >> no, it is all the same, human beings invented the term
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cheating, deer can't cheat, with a rabbit, or a bear -- but dawn, are you ready for this? the irony, is that a bet a guy invented cheating so that his woman would never leave him. and then men have been the worst in history about cheating. the point of the matter is, stay single, don't get married, you won't have the cheat or lie to anybody. >> but doesn't he have a point? these are conventional terms in nature -- >> don, don, don, we are not deers -- biologically, it is different, men can have sex without falling in love. so steve, you go have all the sex without falling in love, that is just fine. but plenty of women have a hormone that makes them bond through sex. >> you're out of touch. >> there is more chance that women, when men cheat they're looking for sex. when women cheat, they're more
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often looking for a new relationship, so if your girlfriend cheats on you, steve, it is not because she wants a romp, she just wants something better. >> wendy, you're out of touch, not in the dating front lines anymore. women are dating like men, as a matter of fact, if you look at the statistics, it is almost exactly equal the amount of women cheating as are men. and men, as a matter of fact, sometimes, believe it or not. women just like to have sex. you are acce as interested in s we are, you're just as bad. >> of course, we're horny, steve, listen, women are -- if women are behaving, adopting a male model of sexuality, it is actually hurting them. and when my book comes out very soon, the 30 day love tox, you will understand why it is hurting women, relationships and
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families. and more than anything, it is denying the freedom for women to become mothers because their fertility window is shutting before they can get there. >> that is it, boom, we're done, i see what wendy says, i have to say, but steve -- >> don, you're a dude. >> somebody came up with that. it is all about control. >> thank you, steve, thank you, wendy. what would you do if this happened to you? take a look at this jaw-dropping video. bet nobody will mess with that bus driver again, he stood up to a passenger behaving badly. some say he went too far. but we'll speak with somebody who says it is time we all do the same, and stop coddling people who do the same.
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what would you do if somebody grabbed you, and spit on you? would you do this? [ noises ] >> all right, so that is a cleveland bus driver, decki inin angry woman who came on his bus, all over tv. it went viral on line, an article was written about it, titled stop coddling people who behave badly. of course, dr. wendy walsh is here to keep us in line. are you advocating violence here? >> absolutely not, you know the thing that tripped me out about that video, people went crazy when he went off on her, they
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should have done it before he did that. he is being berated by this woman, people didn't say anything, he punched her, they started to lose their minds, should have happened much sooner. >> i disagree, nobody should have been going off, they should have been sitting in their seats like good passengers. the bus driver should have been behaving like an employee, and -- >> wendy, i want you to stop and listen to this. listen, play the view for me, this clip from "the view." >> got suspended, but i bet you when he gets back on that bus nobody is going to do that to him, nobody will get back in his face. you have to show people you can't do that. >> and i'm sorry, women have this idea that you can hit and punch on a man, and it is okay. he is not going to hit you back, those days are gone. >> all right? i think you were going down that road, wendy, do they have a point there? >> no, that is like saying that spanking a child is going to improve their behavior. all the researchers counter that
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completely. positive rewards. this is -- listen don, all this is, is a fallout from too much individual rights and freedoms in america. i just got back in europe, i was cracking up in london. if you park wrong, somebody comes up and scolds you, saying you're not supposed to do that. in america, you risk being -- hit. >> the woman hit him, grabbed him. and then she spat on him. that is disgusting. >> she spat on the dude. >> because she -- it's okay to hit because she hit first? come on. >> it is not just the woman on the bus, i mean, elsie writes about this. there is a woman who fell in the fountain while texting, and then threatened to sue the mall, boom, it is her fault. she threatened to sue. and then there is a fan who threw the beer at ron artest, called the basketball situation.
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when will it stop -- >> i do think americans are -- >> go ahead, wendy. >> i just think americans do play the victim card all the time because we use attorney nes in this country to fight our battles with us. but we don't need battles, we can compromise, get along. >> yes, we can get along. but it starts with personal responsibility, right? we need to be able to get to the point where we look at the video and stop immediately blaming the bus driver, what the bus driver should have done. and just look at the fact who initiated it. i mean, this woman is walking in the hall, falls in the fountain and wants to sue somebody. >> you're like a third grader saying he hit me first. i don't care who started it. i'm the mother here. >> i'm not -- >> i know you are, but what am i? you're both pretty, stop it, we're done. >> i love you, elsie. >> she hit me first.
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>> all right, moving on now, for months the presidential candidates have been on the road, rallying, most recently debating, but a few months ago they met on the campaign trail and had a few laughs. >> but it is nice to finally relax and to wear what ann and i wear around the house. >> i had a lot more energy in our second debate, i came in really well rested after the nice long nap i had in the first debate. >> next, a look at the lighter side of president obama and mitt romney. [ male announcer ] you are a business pro. monarch of marketing analysis. with the ability to improve roi through seo
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straight of strait of hormuz, jenn strathm president, yukking it up in washington, yes, suspended the campaign fest to show their humor. they were the most funny when
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they mocked themselves. >> and about the disagreements governor romney and i may have. it is what we have in common, beginning with our unusual names. actually, mitt is his middle name. i wish i could use my middle name. >> let's just say that some in the media have a certain way of looking at things, when suddenly i pulled ahead in some of the major polls, what wind the headline? polls show obama leading from behind. and i've already seen early reports from tonight's dinner. headline, obama embraced by catholics. romney dines with rich people. >> that was funny, but i love that, i wish i could use my middle name. the republican strategist anna navarro is quick witted. are these guys really funny or do they just hire funny people? >> well, i think they hire funny people, but delivering a joke takes timing and comedic sen senseability. and people like it when you make fun of yourself when it is not clownish, i think it is great what they both did. >> they took jabs at romney's wealth, listen. >> a campaign can require a lot of wardrobe changes, blue jeans in the morning perhaps, suit phos for a fundraiser, sport coat for dinner, but it is nice to wear what ann and i finally wear around the house.
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>> i went shopping in stores at midtown, i understand governor romney went shopping for some stores in midtown. >> so and it -- is it a smart move for romney to make fun of his own money? >> of course it is, if he doesn't do it, somebody else will. and frankly it is funny. his talk has been about money, horses, clothes, i would rather be funny about it than be serious about it. no, the question you ask, these guys are not funny. you're funny when people are laughing at your own jokes, year funny when folks who are not your relatives or paid staff are laughing. i thought it was great to see them be funny and have a very light moment, particularly after the testy debate the nights before. >> particularly, it was nice to
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see romney more comfortable, you saw him not so uptight. but i want to move on to them talking about celebrity endorsements. >> getting to the time folks are making up their minds, just the other day, honey boo boo endorsed me. so that is a big relief. >> in the spirit of sesame street tonight, the numbers are brought to you by o, and the number trillion. >> lindsay lohan endorsed mitt romney, both endorsements may not be high points for either campaign. so dean, whose celebrity endorsement, you first, would be the worst ever? what if charlie sheen came out and endorsed the candidate? would that help? i think he should endorse romney and say we share the same family values, or get the cast of the real housewives, that kind of
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thing, this doesn't move people. i'll be quite honest, i went on facebook and twitter, they say it makes them think more about the celebrity, they like a celebrity mess -- less, or more. >> and longoria, scarlett j johansson, do you think it matt matters? >> i think it helps, if you say give me three dollars, and you get to have dinner with george clooney, even i may do that it helps in fundraising, and headlines, but i don't think it would help votes. as to who would be the worst, i think o.j. simpson and robert blake could compete for that, a celebrity accused of murder could be probably the worst endorser you could have. >> all right, stick around, because we're going to talk about hulk hogan in the middle
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. >> how can america break its addition on fortune oil? they found what is called the fifth fuel, efficiency. >> trains, plains and automobiles burn over 15 million barrels in the united states. and we spend over a billion per day buying that oil, almost half of which comes from foreign countries, some of whom are considered national security problems. >> weaning ourselves off oil saves about a trillion at present value in the united states, look, that money then stays at home. >> so he reasoned, what if we wasted less fuel getting gas to
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the wheels? and he designed the hyper car, which could weigh less than a normal car and could run up to an amazing 240 miles per gallon. >> the global lessons, the gps road map to power america, airs right here on cnn. hulk hogan in the middle of a legal battle over a sex tape. now we're finding out the story may not be over, there may be more tapes. [ male announcer ] citi turns 200 this year. in that time there've been some good days. and some difficult ones. but, through it all, we've persevered, supporting some of the biggest ideas in modern history. so why should our anniversary matter to you? because for 200 years, we've been helping ideas move
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. >> more hulk hogan sex tapes? the person on twitter who said no, i feel ya. can we as a society withstand the impact? rumor has it that the lady who leaked the first hulk hogan sex is tape has a few more up her sleeve or somewhere. who allegedly leak. the well-known personality known as bubba the love sponge, talked
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about the sex scandal. >> he only cares about himself, and now there is rumors that there are other tapes of them, and i don't think that they are. >> well, i think he would say to you, nobody held a gun to me, but my sex was not going to be all over the world. >> and nor did i. >> if i get hulk hogan to come in here with you, and think you can work it out -- >> i'm not afraid of you, your studios. >> i know you would come in. >> all right, so dean is back, dean, first, what do you make of these, we talked about these sex ta tapes last week? now, hulk has filed a huge lawsuit, naming him and the wife. this is crazy, and there may be more tapes. >> well, you could only hope they're sequels, when you see the sex tape, it makes you appreciate kim kardashian's sex tape that much more. i hope it is like a time life
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thing, every month we'll get a new one, have a few months to try it out, see if we like it. what is the world coming to? he had sex with his best friend's wife, and agreed to it. now the tapes are leaking. what is happening? >> and here is the weird thing, i can understand it is upsetting, to be involved in litigation for that much money, the tape is already out there. shouldn't you go, you know what, it is out there, and let howard mediate it? >> let's escalate -- it should be bubba the love sponge, hulk hogan, altogether, it is must-see tv, compelling. >> speaking of must-see tv, people are talking about brad pitt's intense new ad for chanel perfume, here it is. >> wherever i go, there you are, my luck, my fate, my fortune.
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chanel number 5, inevitable. >> i really like bad pitt, but is that a bit creepy? it is like tapes from the tree of life movie, that ad made no sense, and it is the first time they used a man to do the chanel commercial, i don't understand women, ask my girlfriend, but how is that appealing? >> i don't understand women well. >> i am going to show you how it is appealing to women, play this, play this. >> i watched it again today, and i have to say it is even stranger than i remembered it from the first time. >> it's not a journey, every journey ends, but we go on. world turns and we come listen. plans disappear. dreams take over. >> i mean, that is why -- that
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is hot. >> yeah, that is hot, oh, my god, that is funny, though, when men twist their nipples, i'm not kidding, that is 100% comedy gold, conan does it a lot. brad pitt made 7 million reportedly. they asked him to do it. >> i'm not mad at him. hey, real quick, i want you to see tom hanks, real clean image, he kind of made a slip. >> mostly it is swear words. >> well, if you say it with an accent. >> i want people to buy me -- blank? >> we are so sorry -- good morning america. >> all right, so it is early in the morning, does this put a dent in his good-boy image? and what about the penalty for dropping the f-bomb on tv? much ado about nothing. >> we all curse, let's be honest, he apologized. tom, let's be honest, no kids
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are up watching good morning america, he is still a guy america likes, he is a beloved actor. >> we were just talking, have you ever had a slip-up on tv? >> on tv, no, as a comic, on stage, i try not to curse either, but i have never had it on television, although i have come close. and you really wonder what will happen, i'm not tom hanks, i'm gone, you will never see me again, i'm on basic cable, public access. >> and remember when we said the "n" word on tv, and everyone went crazy? >> but this is an organic moment by tom hanks, making a mistake in character, come on, america. >> thank you for joining us, everyone, from the cnn quarters in atlanta, i'm don lemon, we'll see you back here tomorrow night. have a great evening, and thank photo watching. thanks for watching.
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going that way, does that make a difference ? look at verizon. it's so much more than the other ones. so what if we just changed the format altogether ? isn't that the exact same thing ? it's pretty clear. still sticking with verizon. verizon. more 4g lte coverage than all other networks combined. in that time there've been some good days. and some difficult ones. but, through it all, we've persevered, supporting some of the biggest ideas in modern history. so why should our anniversary matter to you? because for 200 years, we've been helping ideas move from ambition to achievement. and the next great idea could be yours. ♪
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a short word that's a tall order. up your game. up the ante. and if you stumble, you get back up. up isn't easy, and we ought to know. we're in the business of up. everyday delta flies a quarter of million people while investing billions improving everything from booking to baggage claim. we're raising the bar on flying and tomorrow we will up it yet again. so, why are we up here? because farmers offers a new-roof discount? [ thudding ] oh, boy. yep. and it's an agent's job to help people find new ways to save.

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